With apologies to Terry Bly and Derek Dougan, I’ve only selected striker’s I’ve seen play for Posh.
With apologies to class acts Dennis Emery and Tony Adcock I’ve only selected out-and-out strikers.
10th JIMMY QUINN: He was 37 when he pitched up at London Road, but he was still a lethal marksman in League Two, displaying remarkable accuracy with either foot and his head. Scored 20 League goals in his only full season with Posh. A top bloke as well.
9th JACK MARRIOTT: One season of brilliant finishing (33 goals) and he was gone for £4 million to Derby in the Championship. Hard working fox in the box.
8th AARON MCLEAN: Superb in the air, deadly when through on goal and one half of a dynamic duo with Craig Mackail-Smith who shot the side to back-to-back promotions.
7th: KEN CHARLERY: The King. The two goal-hero of Wembley, 1992 who managed three spells at Posh without his popularity waning. Big and strong and ran hard for the team.